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a technologically better system? was oracle better than db2 technologically? the answer i will tell you is no. what they were were economically better. the massive difference in the economics of this, which has driven every stage of computing here, and that is what is going to drive this forward. i will end by letting you -- if there's one thing i want you to walk away with, i am going to tell you a little story, and i'm going to pass it back. as i said, i teach a class in beijing, and the amazon boys are very nice to me. they gave me $3,000 worth of computers and storage, so i showed up in class and said, "you get $3,000 of computer and storage." turns out that buys you about 2 1/2 years of a server, you can pick northern california, virginia, ireland, right? most of the kids in the room are looking at me saying that it is kind of boring. they can get a server in beijing. what difference does it make year or $3,000 buys 10,000 computers for 30 minutes. nobody has ever been given 10,000 computers for 30 minutes for $3,000. it is in the question that they looked at me at that stage and went, "what w
. unless you're depending on a d&b and lipetsk -- dmv employee to called a state whenever they get information, or whenever somebody brings in documents that and not look quite right, the your depending on the initiative of local organization, this and vulnerability exists. there are two systems that people have been working on for quite some time. the first one has to do with birth certificates, the electronic verification of the event. this did -- this is a digitalization of birth certificates. dhs give out money to pilot this you should be able to take a birth certificate you're given and people to verify the data base that this is a real purpose of the ticket. there are a lot of questions about that. even though other organizations are not&b -- dmv's necessarily using that. the other system is what is called the state to state. this is an area or dhs provided seed money for a consortium of states to work on that. the idea would be that somebody came in for a driver's license presenting an identity, a state would be able to confirm that that identity is not associated with a lic
the price. >> a good deal, huh? [latghs] >> daren is founder of daren's berries, aka db specialty farms, where they grow 4 varieties of strawberries across more than 700 acres, making daren one of the largest individual growers of strawberries in california. all is a far cry from where his farm started o--as a small class project. >> and it was so exciting to actually grow something and to see success, and in ose days, we had 6 acres. all of us kids would get 6 acres to grow our cotton projects. well, you know, now it became a competitive thing. and so, i just fell in love with the idea of farming a plant and harvesting it and seeing the fruits of your labor. >> today, the fruits of his labor are as much about the people working with him as the food he grows. that's because he is surrounded by family these days--not only his 2 brothers, who have returned to the farm, but also the community of workers he has by his side on a daily basis. >> well, people are everything. ok. if you have the best people, then chances are, you're going to have the best farm. it's not just--it's not, you know
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